Grateful Dead Live at Feyline Field on 1973-11-25
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Promised Land, Sugaree, Beat It On Down The Line, Don't Ease Me In, Black Throated Wind, Tennessee Jed, Mexicali Blues, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Big River, Row Jimmy, Me & My Uncle, Brown Eyed Women, Playin' In The Band
Around & Around, Eyes Of The World-> WRS Prelude -> WRS Part One-> Let It Grow, Casey Jones, Sugar Magnolia-> Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad-> One More Saturday Night, E: We Bid You Goodnight
Related Music (Beta) question-dark
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
|Beat It On Down The Line|
|Don't Ease Me In|
|Black Throated Wind|
|China Cat Sunflower ->|
|I Know You Rider|
|Me And My Uncle|
|Brown Eyed Women|
|Playing In The Band|
|Around And Around|
|Eyes Of The World ->|
|Weather Report Suite|
|Sugar Magnolia ->|
|Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->|
|One More Saturday Night|
|And We Bid You Good Night|
-- All disc changes are seamless
- 2011-04-27 04:41:36
- Dat -> Samplitude Professional v11.1 -> FLAC
- Tempe, AZ
- Run time
- SBD -> Master Reel -> Dat
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
- Feyline Field
Subject: Bid You Good Night
Subject: Didn't get the lickings that the other ones had...
(Avoids 4 song filler in the middle of the other recording)
The P.I.T.B is solid.
2nd set opener -Around and Around is extremely potent
Eyes>Weather Report Suite will not disappoint.
1973 with Great Sound is High Cotton
or in this case Peyote Buttons...
Subject: The Kind
The 007 that ends the identifier is apt, this is a handsome show with plenty of swagger.
I'm quite taken with the China > Rider, the Playing and the Eyes > Weather Report.
The Bid You Good Night leads me to believe the boys were pleased with how this one turned out. The pride is well placed. This is a great one.
Subject: Dead cold in AZ playing hot music
Sugaree is a fine version.
Don’t Ease makes an early appearance.
BTW… I wish Bob’s voice would have had an internal governor sometimes. He gets overzealous early.
TN Jed is nice. The tempo is rather slow, but the playing is pretty precise so it works.
China>Rider, A+ version, building up to the “feeling good” jam, which I find kind of cheesy here (and in general, the more often I hear it), though that is well performed it took away some of the building momentum... which I know is the point because they felt like they needed to slow down for the beginning of rider, which they didn’t. Rider delivers as well.
Big River, all aboard after that great China>Rider! This keeps a train rhythm, and Jerry delivers.
Row Jimmy is too slow.
MAMU, another great one. Thank you Bob for pushing the energy back up!
BEW had me dancing in my seat, great rhythm/tempo for the great song, sung very well, and played with intensity.
PITB, the jam starts off slow and Jerry pushes it with a nice wah wah tone into a much quicker moving animal. It maintains a nice feel, and the highlight begins around 11 minutes in, psychedelia abounds. They dreamily get back to the theme for the reprise, nice PITB!
A nice, up tempo Eyes of the world begins the meat sequence. I often find Phil’s work in this song to be superb, this is no exception. Jerry, of course, is the master of the guild, and his work here… it is almost as though he sets the tempo sometimes, which Billy really does. There is nothing that stands out particularly, the outro jam is the more exploratory, just solid work all around. What does stand out is the way WRS emerges out of Eyes. It was heading into the standard Stella out of Eyes so common at the time, but the guitar said otherwise. Phil joins in nicely, and Keith hits the organ with perfect tone.
Three common closing songs take their typical role with the typical intensity.
Encore: AWBYGN, ok.
I’d say this show shines more from TN Jed through Let It Grow.
A, Initial balance issues sorted quickly, no discernible hiss. Sugaree has some digital issues.
Subject: killer show
Subject: C.Miller delivers again!
Subject: Another 73 Killer show
This is a great sounding Miller Miracle redo of a great night for the dead. The band is beyond tight and yet at the same time ready to extend themselves into uncharted waters. As someone already wrote the China Cat is awesome with Jerry and Keith beyond creative and refreshing. Just a great example of why the dead can have listeners searching for new versions of songs they already own or love.
Won't go on any further than simply state, get as much 73 you can get your hands on. They had other great runs, but never so consistent and great. Thanks guys.
Subject: you are so right
there are alotta great years but 73 stands alone, never more out there, yet never more together, every live show i attended that year was monumental.............
alway wishede i could seen them during the anthem of the sun years
I think 1973 was probably the finest year the Dead ever had. The musicianship in that year was exceptional, even for the Dead: simultaneously so tight and so trippy.
Subject: Sweet sweet sweet
Subject: Short but sweet
Subject: A gem in the desert
Bob does make a comment about warming up so maybe the weather was a factor in the shorter show?
Set two starts off with a rousing Around but then you get a double dose of what made this fall tour so historic. The Eyes> WRS Suite> Let It Grow is why you want to listen to this show. The band is at the peak of their powers and delivers the goods big time.
They decide to end the show racing to the gate and do so with extra effort and dancehall effects hitting home runs with upbeat and cranking versions of mutiple set closers. They surprise the crowd with the second We Bid You Goodnite of the tour.
Subject: Bravo! Mr. Miller